Monday, April 29, 2019
I decided that I deserved a bouquet of them myself so on the weekend I added these to my table.
I chose the same color that my Mom loved.
They were pretty closed so they will last a few days!
I finished this book this week.
It is a very intriguing book and the tag line is what inspired me to bring it home. "Creative Living beyond Fear" by the same author as Eat Pray Love. I have been struggling with the end of my card making classes and was looking to find some ways to move forward with my photography. Basically, I took away the following: Stay Curious, Always Do Something!, When Stuck - Look in a different direction, Inspiration is always looking for a place to land so be open and accepting, Everyone is Creative, and “It`s just that inspiration comes from another world, so sometimes we have trouble understanding each other.”
Well, that was not possible so I bought a battery for it but that was a bust too!
I finished my taxes today. I had to pay this year which was unusual for me so I had to learn a lot to figure out what happened!
The research I had to do sort of fell into the lessons in the book above.
This was the best composition I captured this morning.
Love the softness of the edges.
This was an idea was generated by a book I read quite a while ago, Window Sill Art.
Again, following inspiration from the book in this post I had nothing to lose by trying something new.
I used several backgrounds and captured some nice colorful bokeh!
I remember when creating bokeh was a challenge and after a couple years of practice I can do whenever I want.
Angie host of Mosaic Monday at Letting Go of the Bay Leaf.
Mersad host of Through my Lens
The challenge for Flickr Macro Monday was "Eye of the Beholder"
I took a picture of this spinning wood top. I love this object.
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